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    November 15, 2012
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>> good morning to you. i am heather nauert. >> i am heather childers. thank you for joining us. it is thursday november 15th. thank you for watching "fox & friends first". >> it is time now for your 5@5:00. the top five stories making news at this hour. frederick humphrey is the fbi agent who sparked the investigation. he took the nirn shall complaints about jill kelley about e-mails from paula broadwell. there are new reports broadwell sent e-mails to several in an atem tonight discredit kelley.
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she had classified information stored on her computer. >> weeks after sandy slams the door we are wondering why it took the red cross so long to reach some of the hardest hit areas. they sent staff and supplies to areas barely touched by the storm in order to avoid damaging the supplies. it took the red cross three-days after sandy to arrive in new york city. we are also finding out that fema nay not have been as prepared as it could have been. >> the hearing is set today for accused movie massacre gunman james homes. holmes reportedly tried to kill himself several times in jail. the denver post says he hurt himself by slamming his head
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into the wall. they asked for a hearing delay. it is now planned for december. the president of the pharmacy linked to the deadly meningitis outbreak pleads the 5th on capitol hill. >> on advice of council i respectfully decline to answer on the basis of my constitutional rights and privileges. i respect lifl decline to answer on advice of council. >> that's barry cadden refusing to answer during a hearing. we can expect befotoday. tainted shots spread meningitis at the sxointder. >> they are on their way to a safety conference. wc young, john hilton and david williams had just taken off tuesday night when the plane sputtered and crashed into a home in jackson mississippi. the owner of the plane was supposed to go with him but at
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the last minute went hunting instead. >> it's a horrible thing. i don't really know what to say about that. i feel guilty in some sense. >> two people were inside the house at the time. both made it out alive. the ntsb says it will be months before we know what caused the crash. that is your 5@5:00. a few hours from now law americas will push to get answers on the benghazi terror attack. we now know that former cia director dave ved petraeus will testify tomorrow amid that scandal. during a news conference yesterday president obama insisting the scandal has not jeopardized national security. >> i have no evidence at this point from what i have seen that
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classified information was disclosed in any way that would have had a negative impact on national security. obviously there's an ongoing investigation. i don't want to comment on the specifics of the investigation. >> those comments coming before we learned that paula broadwell had classified information stored on her computer. peter doocy live for us in washington with more on this story. >> now withthat he won a secondm he started figuring out who would be in his cabinet. a list of candidates for secretary of states is susan write they went on five sun sdhies five days after the deadly raid on u.s. consulate in benghazi libya and gained inflammatory youtube video for riling up a mob. john mccain and lindsay graham are so floored she said that they came out early yesterday and said if president obama
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nominates him for any cabinet information will do nevering their hower to stop her which did not sit well with the president. >> she made an appearance at the request of a white house and she gave her best understanding of the intelligence provided to her. >> senator mccain and senator graham and others want to go after somebody they should go after me. >> senator mccain got called out by the president there but he fired back late last night. >> it is interesting for the president to say something that juvenile. i am not picking on any one. we just said four americans died. is that picking on anybody when you want to place responsibility and find out what happened so
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that we can make sure it doesn't happen again? >> secretary of state hillary clinton suggested she will step down. she decides susan right they want to hear more and more about. taking a look at who is talking and charles krauthammer responding to the president calling outlaw makers for criticizing ambassador rice. president obama said come out after me instead of the diplomat who probably claimed the 9-11 attacks were prompted by a video and not a terror attack. what does krauthammer think of this? take a listen. >> usual show of indignation.
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they feel defensive backed into a corner. how dare you attack my u.n. ambassador and gives the strangest defense by saying she didn't have anything to do with the ben sgla tack. why are you sending her out there? why didn't you send out the secretary of state or the cia director or panetta or somebody who did know. he is defending the miss terrorist in distress. they look positively feminist in comparison the patronizing attack on the two senators who would effect the girl which was intended in his tone. this is all usual if you attack pride it will strike you on that. it was clearly defensive it was also a stone wall. after all what she said was absolutely completely
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misleading. at the same news conference fox's ed henry asked the president to address the families of the americans killed in that attack about whether he issued any orders in the lives. we will play you a response to that lart in the show. >> right now it is time for the weather update with janice dean. janice keeping an eye on the storm front again that could hit around thanksgiving janice. i know you are worried about this one but there might be good news on the horizon. we need good news. i know we have a busy travel week next week. let's talk about what's happening right now and what could happen over the weekend. we have some showers and snow across the rockies up toward the midwest. nothing organized here nuisance precipitation. we have a developing system. it will get it's act together
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but how close will to be the northeast. saturday sunday we will watch this developing system and as we head to monday we will start to see this development. how close it gets to the shoreline is going to mean a lot as we head into thanksgiving. some of the computer models are trending this out to sea. that will be the best scenario. a quick look at the temperatures across the country. chili across the northerns and the northeast warming up across the south. >> work on that. >> i will push it out to sea. >> now stories you can bank on this morning. president obama talking about how he thinks we can avoid a fiscal cliff. listen to this. >> foundation for a deal that helps the econ pee creates jobs gives consumers certainty gives
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business confidence they are going to have consumers during the holiday season is if we right away say 98 percent of americans are not going to see the taxes going. if we remove that less than a week as investors worry deals may not be reached in time. they are also concerned about the tax hikes. markets hitting a four-month low. >> businesses and investors obviously disagreeing with what the president said. it's the fear of the cliff with a major selloff. dow down 185 points. do you have any of your holdings? since the election about a week ago the dow is down 5 percent. it is in jeopardy of giving up the gains for the year. the dow jones transportation average already did that.
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that index is key it takes the shippers the airlines railroads delivering goods for us to buy. the tech heavy index the nasdaq that is officially in a correction with huge stocks apple, google up more than 10 percent. >> we could erase all of the gains from this year. we can't afford that. >> talk to us about this the u.s. is number 12 for the best countries to do business. new zealand number one. >> we were number two back in 2009. we were all of the way down not even making the top ten list. >> forbes was the best for business. hong kong followed by singapore and canada. why? corporate taxes. we have the heist corporate tax
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rate they must invest every year. >> are workers being fired? >> they are sick about calling out sick. polls say they come to work sick. that's a 20 percent increase over the last year. that means they are showing up sick they are likely to get their show work co-workers sick. they are response iible for 70 million workdays. people get your flu shot already. >> stay home if you are sick. that always drives me crazy. lauren simonetti, thank you very much. that brings us to our brew on this question of the day. are you worried about calling out of work sick? tweet them to us at fox friends fist or shoot us an e-mail at foxfriendsfirst@foxnews.com. then we all did he tell sick ge not fun. >> (fake coughing) >> just kidding.
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>> welcome back. it is 60 minutes after the top of the hour. a scathing congressional report sclams former ceo jon corzine for $1.6 billion in missing customer cash and for the farms collapse. the former new jersey governor made poor management decisions and failed to properly protect funds. corzine denies any wrong doing. this really stinks for people in scranton, pennsylvania. the city has dug up more than 10
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years worth of delinquent garbage bills. he wants to cut hundreds of worker's pay to minimum wage. 17 minutes after the hour president obama will be on the ground in new york city today to get a first-hand look at all of the devastation left by super storm sandy. this as a state attorney general in new york launched an investigation. it has two major power utilities over their handling of power outages. it is freezing. we are live at oceanside new york with details. >> good morning to you. good morning everyone. we are standing outside of an outreach center that the power authority where customers can come to get answers. believe it or not there are people in long eye p land without power even as we speak.
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he sent subpoenas also sent a subpoena to the long island power authority. his investigation is looking at how well prepared the utilities were but how they responded. whether they broke any state laws by failing to provide a power supply for rapairs. they have been frustrated with how long it has taken to turn the power back on. >> this is a nightmare. they have us at their mercy. >> and spokesman for both lipa and con edison say those utilities plan to cooperate with the attorney general's subpoena. that is the latest life from oceanside this morning. heather, back to you. thank you so much. it is 18 minutes after the hour. coming up next on the rundown if you are a veteran looking for a job we have companies looking to hire veterans this week. >> if you waited in line for
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>> it is 22 minutes after the hour. they have a box with 1,000 uncounted paper ballots. these were misplaced in some sort of a warehouse. when the supervisor of elections asked to comment about this she says this happens all of the time. president obama was declared winner of florida 12 days after the election. the killer of etan patz is
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charged with murder and kidnapping. they raised pedro hernandez last spring 33 years after the 6-year-old vanished in new york city. heather, let's go over to you. thank you very much. the october unemployment rate for 9-11 veterans is at 10 percent. that is way love the national rate of 7.9 percent. cheryl cos knee is here with a special edition of who is hiring and she has companies looking to hire our vets this week. >> there was a virtual job fair. these are specifically companies looking for veterans. 29 percent of companies surveyed say they are looking to hire veterans, 22 percent looking for those in the national guard. 30 percent of companies tell us if i had two qualified candidates and one is a veteran i want to go with the veteran. why? professionalism and sense of duty and the technical skills you get when you are in the
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military. the first company is escholon. power company they do natural gas, nuclear. they have about 500 jobs open right now. they will train you to be a nuclear react tore operator. very interesting, right? you can do security. you can read meters. they are in 47 states. they have 27,000 employees through out the country. >> at&t a company we have all heard of. >> you probably have their phone service as well. at&t is also looking to hire veterans. they have got thousands of jobs. couldn't give a specific number on them but thousands. people that can do technology and sales operations work in the retail stores, things like that. anybody that has any engineering skill from the military as well. >> gray bar electric. >> they have 4500 jbs available. th -- jobs available. they do electrical communications equipment hundred jobs are open there. >> we need to up that rate of
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there have been more than 13 deaths -- actually 13 deaths over the past four years reported and 5 hour energy drink may in fact be to blame. in addition to the death the fda received 90 report abouts that drink and more than 30 cases of those reports involve serious or tlieftening injuries including heart attacks and convulsions. last month federal officials linked five deaths to another popular brand, monster energy. we will keep you posted. the date of our country's credit rating rests in law america's hands. downgrades are likely if they don't fix the battle of the fiscal cliff. as of now billions of dollars of spending cuts and tax increases will go into effect january 1st and will have a double dip recession. credit rating of standard and pours last year.
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>> an emergency landing right on a busy highway. this happened near sacramento, california. the pilot was testing a new engine in the plane when it lost power and left him no choice but to find somewhere to land safely. >> luckily the plane lands at about freeway speed. >> good thing no one was hurt in that. officials believe the fuel pump failed. the hits keep on coming for disgraced cyclist lance armstrong. the foundation he founded to fight cancer dropping his name. the lance armstrong foundation will now be called the live strong foundation. armstrong resigned as chairman and quit from the board of directors earlier this week. chicago mayor rahm emanuel is taking lessons from new york city's nanny there mike bloomberg. he is cracking down on calories. he wants to get rid of all of the chips, the chocolate and the soda sold in vending machines.
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by next year he plans to replace all of the machines with healthier options. that is your 5@5:30. >> that's a lot of workers not too happy about that. >> probably not. >> president obama for the first time in 8 months defending the response to the benghazi terror attack as congress hold hearings in a few hours to find out the truth about what happened. doug luzader is live for us in washington with more. good morning, doug. >> good morning, guys. three committees in congress are going to start holding hearings on this to try to find out what really happened at the u.s. consulate in benghazi september 11th. president obama and his first real press conference in months yesterday defended his actions. >> my orders to my national security team were do whatever we need to do to make sure they are safe. >> but the time line of events that night is still not entirely clear. several republicans in congress
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are calling for watergate styl hearings. much of the republican anger here has been focused on susan rice the u.s. ambassador to the united nations. on five sunday talk shows after the attack she preetedly blamed those attacks on a protest over an anti muslim quifilm not a coordinated terrorist assault. she could be the next secretary of state the president defended her as he lashed out after republicans. >> to go after a u.n. ambassador nothing to do with benghazi and was giving information based on the intelligence she received and bee smefrn her reputation is ridiculous. >> as we said four americans died. is that picking on anybody when we want to place responsibility
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and find out what happened so we can make sure it doesn't happen again? >> we have learned that now former cia director dave petraeus will be on capitol hill to get his take on what happened that night in libya. >> a lot of people want to know what is going on in that committee hearing. >> thank you. at the same press conference he held yesterday there was another intense moment. that came when ed henry asked the president to address the families of the victims of the benghazi attack. did president obama and his administration do all they could to protect all americans killed in benghazi. >> the four americans were killed shawn smith's father ray believes his son basically called 911 for help and didn't get it.
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they are investigated the family has been waiting for more than two months. i would like to -- for to you address the families if you can on 9-11 as commander-in-chief did you issue any orders to try to protect their life? >> i will address the families not through the press. i will address the families directly as i already have. we will provide all the information that is available about what happened on that day. that's what the investigations are for. as i said repeatedly if people don't think we did everything we can to make sure that we saved the lives of folks who i sent there, and who were carrying out missions on behalf of the united states then you don't know how our defense department thinks or state department thinks or cia thinks. their number one priority is
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obviously to protect american lives. that's what our job is. >> the president went on to say once he knew americans were in danger he immediately told his national security team to quote do whatever we needed to do to keep them safe. >> tony schafer will have his take. >> let's get your first degree weather update with january dmiens. a lot of us are planning for thanksgiving and you are keeping a close eye on a storm that is brewing there. absolutely. across the southeast it will get its act together this weekend. some of the computer models were showing possible effects but the good news is they are trending more out to sea. we will keep you up to date and let you know. for now it looks like this storm is not going to impact the northeast. quick look at the satellite radar imagery across the upper midwest back through the rockies looking at a system here and a
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storm system across the southeast which will go off the coast and we will watch that for further develop: the west will be unsettled for the next several days. a storm system offshore here will come together and bring a very unsettled coastline over the next several days into friday and next week. a lot of rain and snow along the coast. eventually in towards the northern rockies. let's take a look at the precipitation accumulation over the next 72-hours. several inches of rain and heavy snow in some cases speak of snow as we head into next week. right now ladies we are going to keep that one offshore. >> they are going to love that snow, the skiers. >>on bon jovi's 19-year-old daughter facing drug charges after a suspected hair woifrn
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dose. police found stephanie bonn jovi unresponse i have in her dorm room at hamilton college. they charged her 21-year-old friend with drug possession. a search of the room turned up heroin and marijuana. could this be after 21 years of marriage bruce jenner may be calling it quits with wife chris. he has been consulting a divorce lawyer according to the national inquirer. bruce is fed up with chris flirting with younger men or could be for the tv show. and it is another voice for elizabeth banks and their husband they welcome their second child magnus mitchell. >> magnus, okay. congratulations. >> now time for your starting lineup. all of the top stories. the first knuckle baller to win a cy young award. he led the national league with
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230 strikeouts. a lot of fans excited about that one. david price won the al cy young award. ryan calling the jet coward. ryan ripped apart the team for anonymously criticizing tim tebow to the newspaper. >> every day when he hits the field he works as hard as anybody i have seen. he stays longer than probably any player we have working on those tilts. >> tebow says the criticism motivates him to improve. sweden stryker with an over head kick right into the net. sweden beat england 4-2. >> i like the term knuckle baller. the time is 39 after the top of
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the hour. coming up when the libya hearings started what should congress ask? i ha they have been helping law americas prepare. tony schafer is next. >> do you think they are eating healthy foods by eating cereal with fruit in it? the fruit may actually be bad for you. we will give you what you need to know.
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retaliati retaliation. hamas claims israel has opened quote the gates of hell. overnight a rocket strike leaving three israelis dead. now for more amazing video this out of japan. two massive funnel clouds caught on camera. the twin twisters swirling simultaneously over the western part of the country. port natalie both disintegrated before hitting land no damage or.uris were reported. fascinating video, though. >> it is important for us to find out what happened in benghazi. i am happy to cooperate in any way congress wants. we have provided every bit of information we have and we will continue to. >> they have so much to hide that there are so many things that went wrong. there are a lot of shoes that are still going to drop.
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>> three different congressional committee also start their hearings on three attacks that killed four americans including ambassador stevens. tony schafer joins us he is the ceo for advanced studies consulting with members of congress this week to help them prepare for today's hearings. thank you for joining us. let's talk about this the president in his press conference yesterday said he gave an order to all of his national security team to do whatever they could to try to protect those in benghazi. will that information-com out because presumably there would be a paper trail if the president is correct in what he said? >> absolutely. there is no doubt you have to have written authorization especially in something like this where you are talking about unauthorized by that country entry into their airspace. i think it is critical that be
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released. >> will it be released, though, tony, do you think? >> the thing is we all know what happened now. there can't be any classified reason to release it. that's the point there. has to be a specific order to aut rides. if what the president is saying is true they should turn over the alert order or authorization order to do this. that's what congress is asking for that's what i have asked congress they should ask for in the discussions i have had over there. it is a piece of parp or authorization document. >> what is this called an authorization document? >> it is an authorization border which authorizes certain things to happen. >> that would have gone from the president to who>> to probably leon pin panetta secretary of defense. >> all owners have to come to the civilian chain to the military chain that's how it
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would have gone. the white house secretary of defense out from there. that's why it's an alert order. >> there are documents later today acting director of the cia and national intelligence on capitol hill to what degree do you think they will come clean and admit it was a preplanned attack. >> first in closed hearings we won't hear a lot of details which is a shame. i have encouraged folks i have talked to on the hill to call for hoopen hearings. they should be in the public de ma domain. i can full lip understand being protected. we are talking about from a lot of folks i talked to the people testifying today a lot of people were not decision makers. they were given guide dabs to execute things.
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you have to get people who are making decisions in front of congress. much more critical tomorrow than today. >> i have heard all sorts of things going on i don't know. >> i hope he does. >> with everything that has gone on. we have to leaf it there. thank you so much. thank you. it is 48 minutes after the hour. if you are you may want to hear this story. someone could be watching you. a lot of workers are worried and fearful about losing their job. waevenss coming up next. check in with steve doocy on fox
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and friends. >> my headache is killing me today. >> you don't want to be canned? >> i don't want to be canned like a peach. >> we had a 50 minute press conference we are going to dissect it and take a look at what he talked about with tucker carlson and michelle mal pin. interesting editorial about has the white house been trying to silence general petraeus. also charlie daniels scott walker all gets started 10 minutes from now. o all on "the fox news channel.
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>> good morning. 8 minutes before the hour. just hours after appearing in court for allegedly assaulting
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her former nfl player jeremy stevens, well, he went ahead and married soccer star hope solo. stevens was raised and released after an ladies and gentlemened domestic dispute in their home. you think it's real fut in special k? it says it is made with real berries. it is actually a ball of sugar and oil. the fda says the label is permitted as long as the name flavored is also printed. how d thabout that. now you know. >> read the label, right? >> be careful what you tweet. the government may be watching you. fox business network diane macedo is also watching and she has the story for us. >> good morning diane. >> good morning. department of homeland security says it plans to monitor facebook status for evidence of bioterror and ban demic virus update. they are scanning social
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networking sites block web sites to find trends within health related posts so they can analyze that data for indications of possible threats. it will be analyzeed by software that can sift out the same kind of nearby. analyze to see if your illness could be relate to do a bio outbreak or bioterror attack. dhs is being sued for using facebook accounts. in january the dhs showed documents that it is being required on any media reports that reflected neglecttyly on the response efforts. the dhs says it is already monitoring information posted on heavily traffic media sites. they trace information back to individuals with narrow
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on >> we lookkalt the good bad and ugly. he said he's interested in helping people and not making money. up next the bad. imagine seeing this on the way to work guerrilla on the loose. a prankster changed it from road closed to the gorilla warning there. and the ugly. this is funny, too. a guy caught on camera trying to go. clearly not the right video. guy going

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